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  • Add/Remove User Control for C#Jan 18, 2000. A nice feature in the Visual.NET environment is the ability to create User Controls.
  • Creating C# Class Library (DLL) Using Visual Studio .NETDec 09, 2000. This tutorial explains how to create a C# class library(dll) and call it from a C# console client application.
  • Tutorial: Creating C# Class Library (DLL) Using Visual Studio .NETDec 09, 2000. This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to create a class library (DLL) in Visual Studio .NET.
  • Reading and Wtiting XML DocumentsJan 16, 2001. In this article you will see how to read and write XML documents using XML API available in .NET Framework class library.
  • Schedule Program Using C#Feb 22, 2001. The Scheduling program consists of three main classes. The Form, the DatabaseController used to read and write scheduled events into the database and RowData which corresponds to data extracted from a row in the database.
  • Visual Studio .NET: Start upMar 20, 2001. The next version of Visual Studio 6.0 is Visual Studio .NET (VS.NET). In the previous versions of Visual Studio Microsoft has different menu options to pick development environment such as VC++, Visual FoxPro, Visual Basic or Visual Interdev. This version of Visual Studio has integrated everything in one IDE. The reason for that might be all development languages share common library and tools.
  • Using Microsoft Message Queues to build Scalable SolutionsApr 12, 2001. This tutorial shows you how to create, send, and received messages using MSMQ from the .NET base class library (System.Messaging) and C#.
  • Assemblies : The Ins and Out : Part IApr 13, 2001. In Part 1, I will cover what exactly an assembly is, and what an assembly contains.
  • Assemblies : The Ins and Out : Part IIApr 16, 2001. In this part, I will discuss both Private and Shared assemblies and how to create a "Shared Assembly".
  • Assemblies : The Ins and Out : Part IIIApr 20, 2001. In this part I will discuss in more detail than Part 2, the available utilities for manipulating assemblies.
  • Understanding How Assert Effects SecurityApr 25, 2001. Assert is a security action that is evaluated at run time. Code Access Permission classes and Permission Sets support a method called Assert. Using the Assert method to control access to resources or actions will allow your code to perform actions that it normally has permission to perform and will allow other callers up stream in the call stack to have access that they would not normally have.
  • Using .NET Framework Multithreading and GDI+ to Enrich the user experienceMay 04, 2001. This tutorial shows you how to create, send, and received messages using MSMQ from the .NET base class library (System.Messaging) and C#.
  • Using Reflection and With Class2000 to view the .NET System.Drawing library Part IMay 29, 2001. Using the power of .NET and the power of COM InterOperability through WithClass 2000, you can view the System.Drawing library in a rough UML diagram.
  • An insight into Code Reusability and COM Interoperability : Part IAug 28, 2001. Code reusability is the art of using existing code to achieve better productivity and ease of maintenance. The concept of reusability is not new. Its existence has been evident since the evolution of mankind.
  • Modest Introduction to IL Assembly LanguageSep 03, 2001. Since I received copy of Visual Studio .NET Beta 2 and did not manage to find “ILAssemblyLanguageProgrammersReference.doc” which was included in beta 1 I decided to share my experience with other assembly enthusiasts.
  • Exceptions and Exception StackNov 16, 2001. The purpose of this tutorial is to explain firstly how you would go about creating your own set of exceptions to trap error conditions that could occur in your code or library, for your own benefit or for the benefit of another developer using your library. The second lesson is on how the C# exception stack works, and how you can use it to catch all types of exceptions.
  • Using Interfaces in .NET RemotingNov 30, 2001. In this article, we will create a remote object that will return rows from a database table. For the sake of simplicity I have used the NorthWind database that is packed with the installation of the Microsoft SQL Server.
  • Using ADO RecordSet in ADO.NETDec 10, 2001. Using ADO recordset in managed code using ADO.NET data providers is pretty simple. Visual studio .NET provides you to add reference to the COM libraries. In this article I'll show you how to access data using ADO recordset and fill a ADO.NET data provider from the recordset data.
  • A Quiz Application using Windows FormDec 27, 2001. This code shows you how to validate data in windows forms, add or remove panel control, and write a form based quiz application.
  • Working with Strings in VB.NETFeb 05, 2002. This article is VB.NET version of Working with Strings in .NET using C#.
  • TreeView in C#Feb 05, 2002. This program shows you how to use TreeView control in Windows forms using C# including adding, removing and searching nodes.
  • xBase Engine for C# and VB.NETFeb 25, 2002. This library is written to handle DBF files from C# or VB.NET applications.
  • Space Remover UtilityMar 25, 2002. In this article, I want to show you how you can remove white spaces in a web page.
  • .NET Remoting: The Interface ApproachMar 26, 2002. In this article, we will create a remote object, and access this object using the Interface. The object returns rows from a database table.
  • .NET Remoting: The Interface ApproachMar 26, 2002. .NET Remoting provides a powerful and high performance way of working with remote objects. Architecturally, .NET Remote objects are a perfect fit for accessing resources across the network without the overhead posed by SOAP based Web services. .NET Remoting is easier to use than Java's RMI, but definitely more difficult than creating a WebService. In this article, we will create a remote object, and access this object using the Interface.
  • Tutorial: Working with Files and DirectoriesApr 03, 2002. One of the rich experiences in working with .NET is a huge collection of Base Class Libraries .
  • Exocortex.DSP - A C# Complex Number and FFT LibraryApr 08, 2002. Shows how to convert an image from a spatial representation (i.e. picture on the left) to a frequency representation (picture on the right) using a 2D fast Fourier transform.
  • ExoEngine - A C# OpenGL 3D EngineApr 12, 2002. For my fourth year computer graphics course I wrote a little 3D engine using C# and the .NET platform.
  • Tracking Time in a Window ApplicationApr 15, 2002. The program reads from an XML file to get the data about names and birth dates, so it is easy to add or remove names without changing the code in case my son decides the program should include his pet dog or turtle.
  • MP3 JukeBoxApr 30, 2002. This is stable code and more generic than the first release. It has better error handling now to make it more 'idiot proof'.
  • Utilizing Assembly Information for Your Automated Splash DialogJun 05, 2002. There are cases when you need to reuse the same splash screen or about box in many applications.
  • Developing a Windows Control Library - Digital ClockJul 08, 2002. A Windows control library is similar to an Active X Control that you have been developing using VC++.
  • Why Object Orientation for COBOL?Jul 08, 2002. Why is Microsoft interested in having so many languages target the new environment?
  • Writing a Generic Data Access ComponentJul 17, 2002. OK, I've received couple of emails people asking me how can they use a common data provider to access various types of data sources without loosing the power and flexibility of native data provider libraries.
  • Writing a Generic Data Access ComponentJul 17, 2002. I've received couple of emails people asking me how can they use a common data provider to access various types of data sources without loosing the power and flexibility of native data provider libraries.
  • Mastermind Computer Player using Genetic Algorithms in C#Jul 22, 2002. After writing the Genetic Algorithm Article for implementing a Genetic Algorithm in C#, I tried to think of a good example of how to illustrate a real-world use of Genetic Algorithms to illustrate artificial intelligence.
  • dotMSN: .NET Messenger LibraryJul 25, 2002. dotMSN is a class library to make use of the MSN Messenger Service. The library is built in C# and can therefore be used by all languages the .NET environment supports.
  • Macro to Add Strong Names to VS.NET ProjectsAug 06, 2002. When writing class libraries in Visual Studio .NET that are going to be placed into the GAC you will need to add strong name to the assembly. This is normally done by dropping out to a dos prompt and running the .NET utility sn.exe and then updating the assembly to reference the newly created .snk file.
  • Form Designer in C# and .NETSep 02, 2002. The FormMaker.NET Application has an undo feature for removing controls you just placed on the form and a fine tuning placement mechanism for positioning the control through the arrow keys.
  • An SNMP Library for .NET FrameworkSep 10, 2002. Snmp.dll is a C# class library for the .NET framework. It has been developed on the Windows platform and may be useful on others also.
  • Platform Invocation Services in .NET FrameworkOct 25, 2002. This article will cover the details of Platform Invocation Services provided in .Net Framework. Platform Invoke Services acts as a bridge between the managed and unmanaged code. This service enables managed code to call unmanaged functions which are being exposed by any dynamic link libraries (DLL’s) such as Win32 API’s or any custom DLLs.
  • Consumer/Producer Multithreaded ProgramNov 04, 2002. This is simple multi-threading program that adds and removes elements in an ArrayList. Producer button will creates a producer thread that adds elements in to the ArrayList. The maximum number of elements can be added to this ArrayList are 100 elements and the producer thread has to wait until the consumer thread/threads (creates by pressing consumer button) removes elements from the ArrayList. Then Producer thread starts to add more elements to the ArrayList.
  • Daleks in .NETDec 11, 2002. The other night my girlfriend dragged me down to the NYC Public Library claiming that they had a huge Science Fiction movie section. Admittedly my taste in movies and my wife's taste in movies can vary slightly, however, I was willing to take a chance, given that rentals at the library are free as opposed to $4 at the local video store.
  • .NET Flat Control LibraryDec 16, 2002. The attached source code contains a library contains basic flat controls.
  • Cryptography in Microsoft.NET Part II: Digital Envelop and Digital SignaturesDec 18, 2002. Part-I of this article covered cryptography in the context of encryption. This part continues from where part-I left. It assumes that the reader understands the purpose of encryption, knows about the two types of encryption namely asymmetric encryption and symmetric encryption and the fundamental differences between them. It also assumes that the reader understands encryption-decryption classes in System.Security.Cryptography namespace and the stream based encryption model in. NET framework class library (FCL).
  • Cryptography in Microsoft.NET Part III: Digital CertificatesJan 08, 2003. Part-I and II of this article discussed the basics of cryptography and its applications in real world enterprise solutions. Part-I discussed the nitty-gritty of encryption and its implementation in Microsoft .NET Framework Class Library (FCL). Part-II discussed the hashing and signature algorithms and their implementation in FCL. It also discussed the two common cryptography applications namely digital envelope & digital signature.
  • Using Cards.dll in a Windows Control LibraryJan 16, 2003. This project aims at designing a windows control library that encapsulates a playing card.
  • The "ins" and "outs" of Using Stored Procedures in C#Jan 27, 2003. This article reviews the creation of stored procedures with parameters using the Visual Studio IDE.
  • Telnet Scripting in C#Jan 28, 2003. This library, written in C#, expands on some telnet code from various other sources, presenting the caller with a number of functions handy for scripting telnet sessions (i.e. SendMessage, SendAndWait, WaitAndSend, WaitFor).
  • Creating a Web User Control in .NETFeb 05, 2003. One of our C# Corner readers gave me the idea of converting my Add/Remove Control from a Windows Form control to a User Web Control, so we will use this control as an example for this tutorial
  • Accessing Sharepoint Portal Server 2001 in .NETFeb 19, 2003. Sharepoint portal server provides a set of COM API that can be used to access its functionality from .NET applications via COM Interoperability. In this article, I will show you how to import SPP functionality in your .NET application.
  • SQL Demo Login in C#Feb 23, 2003. This sample code contains a reusable control that allows you to build a dialog box that queries for SQL-Server connection parameters.
  • Mask Edit ControlMar 05, 2003. This control is a attempt to emulate the Marked Edit control available in VB 6.0. MaskEdit control extends the TextBox System.Windows.Forms.TextBox control available in Microsoft .NET library.
  • Basics of Extending Your Working Environment in Visual StudioApr 10, 2003. All of us have used Macros in Microsoft Office and Add-ins in Visual Studio 6 and I am very sure all of us have been impressed as well by their power to control their own working environment.
  • Iterations and Performance in .NETApr 15, 2003. I’ve been implementing numerical libraries in .NET and have come to some conclusions about iteration performance.
  • FTP Client Library for C#Apr 26, 2003. Finding a fully working, lightweight FTP Client that had no GUI, was free, and came with source was difficult.
  • Building Data Access Helper Component for Microsoft SQL ServerMay 13, 2003. In this article I will be going through the development of a class library similar to Microsoft Data Application Blocks.
  • Boxing and Unboxing of Value Types : What You Need to Know?Jul 21, 2003. Programmers new to C# can encounter less than ideal performance and even unexpected results due to boxing and unboxing of value types.
  • User Controls in Internet ExplorerAug 13, 2003. WinGhost 2.0 application allows you to show and hide applications running on your machine. I find this program useful at my work as I do lot of programming at any given time I can have a bunch windows open. I use it normally to hide just my windows I don't access that often.
  • Gathering a Web Site Users Information in ASP.NETAug 26, 2003. In this article, I will show you how you can collect information about your site visitors using ASP.NET classes.
  • POP3 LibraryAug 29, 2003. This application is written in C# and is multithreaded, the allows the client application to invoke the POP3 library and get the messages, the status and the results of the POP3 events are passed back to the client application using the C# delegates.
  • StatusBars in Real ApplicationsSep 05, 2003. In this article we will investigate the StatusBar control of .NET Framework library.
  • SMTP/POP3/IMAP Client and Server Components LibrarySep 26, 2003. One of the least discussed components of .NET is one that has proven quite helpful for me in the development of my enterprise intranet.
  • SMTP/POP3/IMAP Client and Server Components LibrarySep 26, 2003. The attached library contains the SMTP/POP3/IMAP client and server components. See the attached help file for more details.
  • Using the .NET compact FrameworkOct 01, 2003. In this article, we will see how to write a simple .NET Compact Framework application and deploy it onto a device. This article provides a step-by-step instruction on how to write the application.
  • Office11 Solution using .NET - A White PaperNov 25, 2003. This detailed white paper contains the information about Office 11 support for Microsoft .NET. It also explains Office 11 object model and how to access Word and Excel documents using Visual Studio .NET.
  • DNS Client in C#Dec 22, 2003. The attached source project contains the library and source code for DNS client application. This client supports A, MX, and PTR records.
  • Deployment: Customizing your .NET deployment ProjectsDec 29, 2003. The fact of the matter is that Visual Studio.NET already contains everything you need to create a rich setup experience for your users. In this article we are going to show you two ways to add a readme dialog to your application, the easy way and the hard way. The easy way requires absolutely no coding. The hard way requires coding and actually allows you to add complex custom features to your application.
  • SOAP, .NET, and COM an Introduction - Part IIIFeb 02, 2004. This article starts with the basics of SOAP, SOAP XML model and its data types followed by the integration of SOAP functionality in .NET class library and how .NET developers can take advantages of SOAP in their applications.
  • SOAP, .NET, and COM - An Introduction: Part IFeb 02, 2004. This article starts with the basics of SOAP, SOAP XML model and its data types followed by the integration of SOAP functionality in .NET class library and how .NET developers can take advantages of SOAP in their applications.
  • SOAP, .NET, and COM an Introduction - Part IIFeb 02, 2004. This article starts with the basics of SOAP, SOAP XML model and its data types followed by the integration of SOAP functionality in .NET class library and how .NET developers can take advantages of SOAP in their applications.
  • XML TransformationsMar 15, 2004. This article shows you how to use XML transformation classes defined in the .NET Framework class library to transform XML data into various user interfaces.
  • Tablet PC - Frequently Asked QuestionsApr 01, 2004. This article answers some of the frequently asked questions related to Tablet PC and Tablet PC application development.
  • Text Transformation using GDI+ and C#Apr 27, 2004. This article shows you how to use GDI+ classes defined in the .NET Framework class library to apply transformations on text.
  • University Student Registration Application in ASP.NETMay 03, 2004. The aim of this project is to implement a Web application, where students can register for an online course. If the user is an administrator, he can add and remove courses and modify the student information.
  • Refactoring in Visual Studio 2005Jun 11, 2004. Refactoring allows developers to use the built-in feature of Visual Studio to rename and convert and change the signatures and definitions of a class members. In this article, I will show you how refactoring feature provided by Visual Studio 2005 can be a handy tool when you are reorganizing or optimizing your existing projects.
  • Removing Incoming Emails from MS Exchange in C#Jul 23, 2004. The purpose of one of our projects was MS Exchange handler for processing incoming emails and remove some of the incoming emails.
  • Remote Data Access LayerAug 24, 2004. The attached source project is a data access layer library and the main idea of developing such a DAL is to separate the database execution from the client/end user and maintain it on the server side, there by reducing the number of direct simultaneous connection to the SQL Server.
  • A Comprehensive View of SharePoint Portal Server 2003: Part INov 05, 2004. There are many portal solutions on the market, for example from IBM, Microsoft, Plumtree, Vignette, etc. Microsoft's latest portal solution is "Windows SharePoint Services" and "SharePoint Portal Server 2003". This article will not evaluate different portal solutions but rather explain how to use and develop for "Windows SharePoint Services" and "SharePoint Portal Server 2003" from Microsoft.
  • Generating Random Number and String in C#Nov 19, 2004. The Random class defined in the .NET Framework class library provides functionality to generate random numbers. This article shows you how you can use this class to generate random numbers and strings and even combination of both.
  • A comprehensive view of SharePoint: Part IINov 19, 2004. Enterprise portals are an important part of today's enterprise IT infrastructure. Portals are used as an entry point for a specific topic, organization, project or team. Many enterprises have an enterprise portal, opened by default when an employee opens up a browser, which shows general information about the enterprise, its strategy, its departments, etc.
  • Leveraging on XML feature of Microsoft Office Word 2003Nov 24, 2004. Word 2003 came up with a new feature of saving the conventional word document (.doc) files in the XML format. You can retrieve the information inside the Word 2003 documents by using the XPath queries and some logic.
  • Talk to SharePoint through its web servicesDec 09, 2004. Microsoft Office 2003 is very tightly integrated with SharePoint by utilizing its web services. Windows SharePoint Services comes with sixteen different web services. SharePoint Portal Server 2003 supports an additional five web services. The web services provided by SharePoint do provide a vast array of features.
  • ClickMania GameDec 21, 2004. This is an old game, first implemented in 1996 or so... It has a great addictive power. You will quickly find out the rules. I used the winmm.dll library for playing sounds, the picturebox.Paint event to draw bitmaps in a Picturebox and a recursive function to check the balls next to each other for the colors.
  • An Assignable DateTime Class in C#Jan 11, 2005. Occasionally you run into a structure in the .NET library that you really wish was a class so you can inherit all its existing properties, override the ones you don’t like, and add new properties and methods.
  • Starting With SharepointFeb 11, 2005. Microsoft came up with an idea of "Sharepoint Server", and now it's only a matter of few clicks to build an enterprise-portal. This article shows you how.
  • Enterprise Library 1.0Apr 02, 2005. Enterprise Library is a set of tested, reusable application blocks that address common problems developers face when developing enterprise-based applications.
  • Simple XML Parser in C#Apr 05, 2005. This article shows how to create a very simple XML parser.
  • Mapping Microsoft Excel columns with XML data (XML data integration) programmatically using a .Net Application.Apr 21, 2005. Using this program you can map Excel columns programmatically and generate an XML file containing the cell values that you had in your Excel document. After generating the XML file we can read it into a dataset.
  • Integration of InfoPath with SharePointApr 28, 2005. InfoPath is based on industry-standard Extensible Markup Language (XML). Extensible Markup Language (XML) is a condensed form of Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) that enables developers to create customized tags that offer flexibility in organizing and presenting information.
  • Microsoft patterns & practices: The Enterprise LibraryJul 06, 2005. Microsoft patterns & practices provide scenario-specific recommendations illustrating how to design, develop, deploy, and operate architecturally sound applications for the Microsoft .NET platform.The following article covers details on the Data Access Application Block.
  • Enterprise Library Caching Application BlockJul 12, 2005. Microsoft patterns & practices provide scenario-specific recommendations illustrating how to design, develop, deploy, and operate architecturally sound applications for the Microsoft .NET platform. The following article covers details on the Caching Application Block.
  • Microsoft patterns & practices: The Enterprise LibraryJul 12, 2005. Microsoft patterns & practices provide scenario-specific recommendations illustrating how to design, develop, deploy, and operate architecturally sound applications for the Microsoft .NET platform.The following article covers details on the Data Access Application Block.
  • Understanding ADO.Net Provider Factory in .Net 2.0Aug 08, 2005. This article describes the ADO.NET Provider Factory in .NET 2.0
  • Building WebParts in ASP .Net 2.0Aug 08, 2005. Web Parts is a framework built into ASP.NET 2.0 for building highly customizable portal-style pages. End users can customize Web Parts pages by changing the page layout, adding and removing Web Parts, editing Web Parts properties, establishing connections between Web Parts, and more. I would like to share how to build web parts in ASP .Net 2.0. I am providing the source code of application as well.
  • New Dataset features in ADO.Net 2.0Aug 22, 2005. ADO.NET class libraries are used for accessing data from a wide range of data sources. One of the best features in ADO.Net is DataSet.Even though it was an exciting feature, performance was a concern with DataSet. Lets look some changes made to DataSet in ADO.Net in this article.
  • Building Windows Longhorn Applications using Visual Studio codename WhidbeyNov 15, 2005. The preview version of the next version of Visual Studio 2003 is called Visual Studio codename Whidbey. Visual Studio Whidbey has a support for building applications for Windows codename Longhorn, which is a new addition to the Windows operating systems series and successor of Windows XP.
  • New Features of Visual Studio 2005 EditorNov 16, 2005. In my previous articles, I discussed various new features introduced in Visual Studio 2005. This article is another addition to the same series. In this article, I discuss some new features of Visual Studio 2005 editor.
  • Creating Games With the AllegNet Game LibraryNov 29, 2005. In this article I will show you the way of creating simple games with the AllegNet game library for .NET.
  • Working with WebParts Page, WebPart Zones & WebPartsJan 12, 2006. This tutorial considered to be the second part of the first tutorial "Creating a Simple WebPart Page and use WebServer controls as WebParts". Here we will see how can we remove and add WebParts during run time, adding personalizable properties to your WebParts and modifying there values also in run time.

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